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1 Proforma - 1 Student Course Evaluation Questionnaire (To be filled by each Student at the time of Course Completion) Department Course No Course Title Teacher Name: Year of Study Semester / Term Please give us your views so that Course quality can be improved. You are encouraged to be frank and constructive in your comments CORE QUESTIONS Course Content and Organization 1. The course objectives were clear 2. The Course workload was manageable 3. The Course was well organized (e.g. timely access to materials, notification of changes, etc.) 4. Comments Uncertain Student Contribution 5. Approximate level of your own attendance during the whole Course <20% 21-40% % 80% >81% uncertain 6. I participated actively in the Course 7. I think I have made progress in this Course 8. Comments Learning Environment and Teaching Methods 9. I think the Course was well structured to achieve the learning outcomes (there was a good balance of lectures, tutorials, practical etc.) 10. The learning and teaching methods encouraged participation. 11. The overall environment in the class was conducive to learning. 12. Classrooms were satisfactory 13. Comments Uncertain Learning Resources 14. Learning materials (Lesson Plans, Course Notes etc.) were relevant and useful. 15. Recommended reading Books etc. were relevant and appropriate 16. The provision of learning resources in the library was adequate and appropriate Uncertain

2 17. The provision of learning resources on the Web was adequate and appropriate ( if relevant) 18 Comments Quality of Delivery 19. The Course stimulated my interest and thought on the subject area 20. The pace of the Course was appropriate 21. Ideas and concepts were presented clearly 22.Comments Uncertain Assessment 23. The method of assessment were reasonable 24. Feedback on assessment was timely 25. Feedback on assessment was helpful 26. Comments Uncertain Additional Core Questions Instructor / Teaching Assistant Evaluation 27. I understood the lectures 28. The material was well organized and presented 29. The instructor was responsive to student needs and problems 30. Had the instructor been regular throughout the course? Uncertain Tutorial 30. The material in the tutorials was useful 31. I was happy with the amount of work needed for tutorials 32. The tutor dealt effectively with my problems Uncertain

3 Practical 33. The material in the practicals was useful 34. The demonstrators dealt effectively with my problems. Overall Evaluation 35.The best features of the Course were: Uncertain 36.The Course could have been improved by: Equal Opportunities Monitoring (Optional) 37. The University does not tolerate discrimination on any irrelevant distinction (e.g. race, age, gender) and is committed to work with diversity in a wholly positive way. Please indicate below anything in relation to this Course which may run counter to this objective: Demographic Information: (Optional) 38. Full/part time study: Full Time Part Time 39.Do you consider yourself to be disabled: Yes No 40. Domicile: 41.Gender: Male Female 42. Age Group: less than over Campus: Distance Learning/ Collaborative THANK YOU

4 Proforma 2 Faculty Course Review Report (To be filled by each teacher at the time of Course Completion) For completion by the course instructor and transmission to Head of Department of his/her nominee (Dept. Quality Officer) together with copies of the Course Syllabus outline Department: Faculty: Course Code: Title: Session: Semester: Autumn Spring Summer Credit Value: Level: Prerequisites: Name of Course Instructor: No. of Students Contact Hours Lectures Seminars Other (Please State) Assessment Methods: give precise details (no & length of assignments, exams, weightings etc) Distribution of Grade/Marks and other Outcomes: (adopt the grading system as required) Undergraduate Originally Registered %Grade A %Grade B %Grade C D E F No Grade Withdrawal Total No. of Students Post-Graduate No. of Students Originally Registered %Grade A %Grade B %Grade C D E No Grade Withdrawal Total Overview/Evaluation (Course Co-coordinator s Comments) Feedback: first summarize, then comment on feedback received from: (These boxes will expand as you type in your answer.) 1) Student (Course Evaluation) Questionnaires 2) External Examiners or Moderators (if any) 3) Student /staff Consultative Committee (SSCC) or equivalent, (if any)

5 4) Curriculum: comment on the continuing appropriateness of the Course curriculum in relation to the intended learning outcomes (course objectives) and its compliance with the HEC Approved / Revised National Curriculum Guidelines 5) Assessment: comment on the continuing effectiveness of method(s) of assessment in relation to the intended learning outcomes (Course objectives) 6) Enhancement: comment on the implementation of changes proposed in earlier Faculty Course Review Reports 7) Outline any changes in the future delivery or structure of the Course that this semester/term s experience may prompt Name: Name: Date: (Course Instructor) Date: (Head of Department)

6 Proforma 3 Survey of Graduating Students (To be filled out by graduating students in last semester / year before the award of degree) The survey seeks graduating students input on the quality of education they received in their program and the level of preparation they had at university. The purpose of this survey is to assess the quality of the academic programs. We seek your help in completing this survey. A: Very satisfied B: Satisfied C: Uncertain D: Dissatisfied E: Very dissatisfied S# Attributes A B C D E 1 The work in the program is adequate and does not induce undue pressure. 2 The program is effective in enhancing team-working abilities. 3 The program administration is effective in supporting learning. 4 The program is effective in developing analytical and problem solving skills. 5 The program is effective in developing independent thinking. 6 The program is effective in developing written communication skills 7 The program is effective in developing planning abilities. 8 The objectives of the program have been fully achieved. 9 Whether the contents of curriculum are advanced and meet program objectives 10 Faculty was able to meet the program objectives 11 Environment was conducive for learning 12 Whether the Infrastructure of the department was good 13 Whether the program was comprised of Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities 14 Whether scholarships/ grants were available to students in case of hardship Answer question 15 if applicable. 15 The internship experience is effective in enhancing (a) Ability to work in teams (b) Independent thinking (c) Appreciation of ethical Values (d) Professional development (e) Time management skills (f) Judgment (g) Discipline (h) The link between theory and practice 16. What are the best aspects of your program? 17. What aspects of your program could be improved? You may use additional sheets for questions 16 & 17 if needed.

7 Proforma 4 Research Student Progress Review Form ( To be filled out by Master/ M.Phil / Ph.D Research Students on six monthly basis) To be submitted by the HoD / Dept. Quality Officer to the QEC For Research Student to Complete: 1. Date of admission to the department 2. Date of initiation of research 3. Date of completion of Course work 4. Number of credit hours completed 5. Date of Synopsis Defense 6. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) secured 7. Please outline details of progress in your research since your last review (including any research publications): 8. Do you have any comments on the level of supervision received? 9. What do you plan to achieve over the next 6 months? 10. Do you have any comments on generic or subject-specialist training you may have received or would like to receive internally and / or externally? 11. Do you have easy access to sophisticated scientific equipment? 12. Do you have sufficient research material / commodities available? Student Date: Supervisory Committee Comments (Please comment on and benchmark the student s progress against your University s internal and external HEC Quality Criteria for Master/PhD/MPhil Studies) Principal Supervisor: Co-Supervisor: Co-Supervisor: Date: Date: Date: Head of Department Comments: Signature: Date: Director, Board of Research Studies (or equivalent) Comments: Signature: Date: Dean/Director, QEC Action: (including monitoring of Follow-up action) Date:

8 Proforma 5 Faculty Survey (To be submitted on annual basis by each faculty member) The Purpose of this survey is to assess faculty members satisfaction level and the effectiveness of programs in place to help them progress and excel in their profession. We seek your help in completing this survey and the information provided will be kept in confidence. Indicate how satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of you situation at your department? A: Very satisfied B: Satisfied C: Uncertain D: Dissatisfied E: Very dissatisfied. S# Attributes A B C D E 1 Your mix of research, teaching and community service. 2 The intellectual stimulation of your work. 3 Type of teaching / research you currently do 4 Your interaction with students. 5 Cooperation you receive from colleagues. 6 The mentoring available to you. 7 Administrative support from the department. 8 Providing clarity about the faculty promotion process. 9 Your prospects for advancement and progress through ranks 10 Salary and compensation package 11 Job security and stability at the department 12 Amount of time you have for yourself and family. 13 The overall climate at the department 14 Whether the department is utilizing your experience and knowledge 15. What are the best programs / factors currently available in your department that enhance your motivation and job satisfaction? 16. Suggest programs / factors that could improve your motivation and job satisfaction? Information about faculty member i. Academic rank: A: Professor B: Associate Professor C: Assistant Professor D: Lecturer E: Other ii. Years of service: A: 1-5 B: 6-10 C: D: E: >20 Name: Signature: Date:

9 Proforma 6 Survey of Department Offering Ph.D. Programs The following information is required for EACH Department in which a Ph.D. program is offered. 1 General Information: 1.1 Name of Department 1.2 Name of Faculty 1.3 Date of initiation of Ph.D. program 1.4 Total number of academic journals subscribed in area relevant to Ph.D. program. 1.5 Number of Computers available per Ph.D. student 1.6 Total Internet Bandwidth available to all the students in the Department. 2 Faculty Resources: 2.1 Number of faculty members holding Ph.D. degree in the department. 2.2 Number of HEC approved Ph.D. Advisors in the department. 3 Research Output: 3.1 Total number of articles published last year in International Academic Journals that are authored by faculty members and students in the department. 3.2 Total number of articles published last year in Asian Academic Journals that are authored by faculty members and students in the department. 3.3 Total number of ongoing research projects in the department funded by different organizations 3.4 Number of post-graduate students in the department holding scholarships/fellowships. 3.5 Total Research Funds available to the Department from all sources. 3.6 Number of active international linkages involving exchange of researchers/students/faculty etc. (Attach Details).

10 4 Student Information: 4.1 Number of Ph.D. degrees conferred to date to students from the Department during the past three academic years. 4.2 Number of Ph.D. students currently enrolled in the department. 4.3 Ratio of number of students accepted to total number of applicants for Ph.D. Program. 5 Program Information 5.1 Entrance requirements into Ph.D. Program (M.Sc. / M.Phil.) Indicate subjects or M.Sc. / M.Phil. 5.2 Is your Ph.D. program based on research only? (Y/N) 5.3 Maximum number of years in which a Ph.D. degree has to be completed after initial date of enrollment in Ph.D. program. 5.4 Total number of post M.Sc. (16 year equivalent) courses required for Ph.D. 5.5 Total number of M.Phil. level courses taught on average in a Term / Semester. 5.6 Total number of Ph.D. level courses taught on average in a Term / Semester. 5.7 Do your students have to take/write: a. Ph.D. Qualifying examination (Y/N) b. Comprehensive examination (Y/N) c. Research paper in HEC approved Journal d. Any other examination (Y/N) 5.8 Total number of International examiners to which the Ph.D. dissertation is sent. 5.9 How is the selection of an examiner from technologically advanced countries carried out? 5.10 Is there a minimum residency requirement (on campus) for award of Ph.D. degree? 6 Additional Information 6.1 Any other information that you would like to provide.

11 Proforma 7 Alumni Survey (To be filled by Alumni - after the completion of each academic year) The purpose of this survey is to obtain alumni input on the quality of education they received and the level of preparation they had at University. The purpose of this survey is to assess the quality of the academic program. We seek your help in completing this survey. A: Excellent B: Very good C: Good D: Fair E: Poor S# Attributes A B C D E I. Knowledge 1 Math, Science, Humanities and professional discipline, (if applicable) 2 Problem formulation and solving skills 3 Collecting and analyzing appropriate data 4 Ability to link theory to practice. 5 Ability to design a system component or process 6 IT knowledge II Communications Skills 1 Oral communication 2 Report writing 3 Presentation skills III Interpersonal Skills 1 Ability to work in teams. 2 Ability to work in arduous /Challenging situation 3 Independent thinking 4 Appreciation of ethical Values IV Management /leadership Skills Resource and Time management skills Judgment Discipline V General Comments Please make any additional comments or suggestions, which you think would help strengthen our programs. (New courses that you would recommend and courses that you did not gain much from) VI. Career Opportunities VII. Department Status 1 Infrastructure 2 Faculty 3 Repute at National level 4 Repute at international level VIII Alumni Information 1. Name (Optional) 2. Name of organization 3. Position in organization 4. Year of graduation

12 Proforma 8 Employer Survey (To be filled in by Employer - after the completion of each academic year) The purpose of this survey is to obtain employers input on the quality of education University of is providing and to assess the quality of the academic program. The survey is with regard to University of graduates employed at your organization. We seek your help in completing this survey. A: Excellent B: Very good C: Good D: Fair E: Poor S# Attributes A B C D E I. Knowledge 1 Math, Science, Humanities and professional discipline, (if applicable) 2 Problem formulation and solving skills 3 Collecting and analyzing appropriate data 4 Ability to link theory to practice. 5 Ability to design a system component or process 6 Computer knowledge. II. Communications Skills 1 Oral communication 2 Report writing 3 Presentation skills III. Interpersonal Skills 1 Ability to work in teams. 2 Leadership 3 Independent thinking 4 Motivation 5 Reliability 6 Appreciation of ethical values IV. Work skills Time management skills Judgment Discipline V. General Comments Please make any additional comments or suggestions, which you think would help strengthen our programs for the preparation of graduates who will enter your field. Did you know as to what to expect from graduates? II. Information About Organization 1. Organization Name 2. Type of Business 3. Number of Graduates (specify the program) in your Organization:

13 Proforma 9 Faculty Resume Name Personal Experience May include address(s) and phone number(s) and other personal information that the candidate feels is pertinent. List current appointment first, each entry as follows: Date, Title, Institution. Honor and Awards List honors or awards for scholarship or professional activity. Memberships Graduate Students Postdocs Undergraduate Students Honour Students Service Activity List memberships in professional and learned Societies, indicating offices held, committees, or other specific assignments. List supervision of graduate students, postdocs and undergraduate honors theses showing: Years Degree Name Show other information as appropriate and list membership on graduate degree committees. List University and public service activities. Brief Statement of Research Interest May be as brief as a sentence or contain additional details up to one page in length.

14 Publications List publications in standard bibliographic format with earliest date first. o Manuscripts accepted for publication should be included under appropriate category as in press; o Segment the list under the following standard headings: Articles published by refereed journals. Books. Scholarly and / or creative activity published through a refereed electronic venue. Contribution to edited volumes. Papers published in refereed conference proceedings. Paper or extended abstracts published in conference proceedings. (refereed on the basis of abstract) Articles published in popular press. Articles appearing in in-house organs. Research reports submitted to sponsors. Articles published in non-refereed journals. Manuscripts submitted for publication. (include where and when submitted). Research Grants and Contracts. Entries should include: Date Title Agency / Organization Total Award Amount Segment the list under following headings: Completed Funded and in progress In review Other Research or Creative Accomplishments List patents, software, new products developed, etc. Selected Professional Presentations

15 Proforma 10 Teacher Evaluation Form (To be filled by the students) Course Title and Number: Name of Instructor: Department: Semester Degree Use the scale to answer the following questions below and make comments A: B: C: Uncertain D: E: S# Instructor: A B C D E 1 The Instructor is prepared for each class 2 The Instructor demonstrates knowledge of the subject 3 The Instructor has completed the whole course 4 The Instructor provides additional material apart from the textbook 5 The Instructor gives citations regarding current situations with reference to Pakistani context. 6 The Instructor communicates the subject matter effectively 7 The Instructor shows respect towards students and encourages class participation 8 The Instructor maintains an environment that is conducive to learning 9 The Instructor arrives on time 10 The Instructor leaves on time 11 The Instructor is fair in examination 12 The Instructor returns the graded scripts etc. in a reasonable amount of time 13 The Instructor was available during the specified office hours and for after class consultations 14 Course: 15 The Subject matter presented in the course has increased your knowledge of the subject 16 The syllabus clearly states course objectives requirements, procedures and grading criteria 17 The course integrates theoretical course concepts with real-world applications 18 The assignments and exams covered the materials presented in the course 19 The course material is modern and updated Comments: Instructor: Course:

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